Trauma Education

Denver Health's Level 1 Trauma Center, named the Ernest E. Moore Shock Trauma Center, is committed to providing trauma education to trauma centers, hospitals, physicians and pre-hospital agencies throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Our physicians and nurses travel to outlying hospitals to provide educational lectures for health care providers. They also provide injury prevention education in our surrounding communities throughout metro Denver. Additionally, Denver Health sponsors the following core Trauma courses: ATLS, RTTDC, TNCC, ATCN.


Trauma Lecture Series

When: 3rd Wednesday of every month
Time: 12:00p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MST
Where: In person at Denver Health in the Pav D 2nd floor conference room or virtually via WebEx

All attendees will receive one credit hour for continuing education (CME/CE).

For lecture schedule, addition information, and registration:


Pediatric Trauma Grand Rounds

When: 1st Wednesday of every month
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MST
Where: Virtually view WebEx

All attendees will receive one credit hour for continuing education (CME/CE).

For lecture schedule, additional information, and registration:

Please contact with any questions


Past Lectures

Denver Health is pleased to offer you the opportunity to view many of our past trauma lectures online, additionally making them accessible to our rural healthcare partners: 

Archived Lectures

Additional Education

Please reach out to if your facility is interested in any additional education from our experienced Trauma Services staff or a trauma provider. 

Denver Health’s Rocky Mountain Trauma and Emergency Medicine Conference

The Rocky Mountain Trauma and Emergency Medicine Conference is celebrating its 50th year of combined commitment to providing quality continuing education (CME, CNE, CE) for emergency and trauma care providers!

This conference strives to provide high quality, cutting-edge education in emergency and trauma care, with multi-center collaboration at an affordable cost. Please join us for lectures focused on evidence-based research and optimized managed care as it relates to trauma patients and emergency medicine.

In addition to featured world renowned keynote speakers and lectures from our multidisciplinary Denver Health team as well as healthcare providers across the region, please join us for other activities including simulation competitions, Q&A panels, and evening receptions.

Event Details:

Dates: June 18 - June 20, 2024
Location: Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, Breckenridge, CO
Additional details and registration will be available October 1st 


Advanced Trauma Life Support:

The American College of Surgeons Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course emphasizes the rapid initial assessment and primary management of the injured patient, beginning at the time of injury and continuing through initial assessment, lifesaving intervention, reevaluation, stabilization and transfer to a trauma center. This course consists of pre- and post- course exams, core content lecture, interactive case presentation, discussion, development of lifesaving skills, practical laboratory experience and a final performance proficiency evaluation. Upon completion of the course, physicians should feel confident in implementing the skills taught in the ATLS course. (Advanced Trauma Life Support for Doctors, 10th edition, 2019).